Sweet Potato Carrot Soup with Almonds Recipe

Sweet potato carrot soup – wholesome, creamy, healthy soup with sweet potato, carrot and almonds.

Sweet Potato Carrot Soup with Almonds Recipe

Sweet potato and carrot are made for each other combination perfect for making puree or soups. I have made this hot soup in a rainy evening, it was perfect for the season and my little daughter also had this soup without any complaints! This sweet potato carrot soup is ideal for babies from 8 months after introducing sweet potato, almonds & carrot separate. Now Let’s check how to make this easy sweet potato carrot soup for babies, toddlers and kids.

Sweet Potato Carrot Soup GK Food Diary

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Sweet Potato Carrot Soup Recipe for Babies, Toddlers and Kids
Prep time : 10 mins
Cook time : 15 mins
Total time : 25 mins

Author: Kalyani
Recipe type: Soups
Cuisine: World
Serves: 3

Ingredients to make Sweet Potato Carrot Soup
Carrot – 2 small
Sweet Potato – 1 small-sized
Ginger – 1 tsp finely chopped
Garlic – 4 small cloves finely chopped
Salt – as needed
Butter/Olive Oil – 1 tsp
Pepper powder – 1/4 tsp
Almonds – 7
Water – as needed
Coriander leaves – a handful(optional)

Sweet Potato Carrot Soup GK Food Diary

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Method :
1. Wash carrot & sweet potato in running water well. Then peel the skin off from carrot & sweet potatoes with a peeler. Then chop them into equal size small cubes. Finely chop ginger & garlic. Soak almonds in warm water for 10 minutes. Set aside.
Sweet Potato Carrot Soup GK Food Diary

2. In a pressure cooker, heat a tsp of olive oil/ butter and add chopped ginger garlic. Saute the veggies for two minutes. Now add chopped carrot & sweet potatoes. Give a quick stir.
Sweet Potato Carrot Soup GK Food Diary

3. Pressure cook the carrot, potatoes, ginger & garlic together with a cup of water for 3 whistles in medium flame. Once the pressure is released open the cooker, the vegetables will be soft and transparent.
Sweet Potato Carrot Soup GK Food Diary

4. Transfer the cooked ingredients(except reserved veggies) to a blender along with peeled almonds. Grind it to a smooth paste.
Sweet Potato Carrot Soup GK Food Diary

5. Then add a tsp of olive oil or butter in a pan, add reserved vegetables and give a quick stir. Then add ground paste along with required salt & pepper powder .Mix well.
Sweet Potato Carrot Soup GK Food Diary

6. Bring it to a boil. Lastly add coriander leaves and Switch off the flame.
Sweet Potato Carrot Soup GK Food Diary

Healthy sweet potato carrot soup is ready. Serve warm!

Sweet Potato Carrot Soup GK Food Diary

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  • Introduce this sweet potato carrot soup to your baby, after introducing sweet potato & carrot separate.
  • Always check with your pediatrician before introducing any new food.
  • For small babies and picky eaters (if they don’t interested in eating veggies as such), grind all the cooked sweet potatoes and carrots together. Skip reserving the vegetables.
  • You can steam cook the veggies instead of pressure cooking.
  • Adjust spices according to your preference.

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Hello!!! Thanks for visiting my space and taking time to read about me. I am Kalyani and I live in chennai. I was working in IT industry as a software engineer for 7 years. I had to quit my job after my little one arrived and during this time I found my passion! Yes it's cooking and clicking and so this blog!  Though I am fond of food and like to taste different varieties, but started my own cooking after my marriage as I never entered into the kitchen because of my lovable mon and only had the opportunity to enjoy her yummy food. But after marriage, I started cooking vigorously. My husband is a best critic and that helps me to improve my cooking.  The recipes posted here are tried and tasted in my kitchen,traditional native recipes from my mom, baby foods which I feed my baby and few other recipes tried from friends, cookbook or other food blogs.Being a health conscious person, most of my recipes are focuses on health. (Some are exceptional though) My Blog - http://www.gkfooddiary.com

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